Got my first term within 5 years, own PCOS but own examine.?

I found out that I had PCOS when I was 19. My second period was 5 years ago when I be 18, well, I got it today. Why? Why after 5 years immediately? I was on some medicines similar to Metformin, Spironolactone and Prednisone for Addison's disease. I went to the doctor several times and was put on birth control pills (yasmin) and it brought my spell back for a month. I was taken stale Yasmin because it made my blood pressure high. So then my doctors (an endo and a gyno) considered necessary to wait and see what would happen and nil happened! She did want to give me a shot of some sort that be guaranteed to bring it on and then she moved out of state. I haven't been wager on to the doctor since and that was 4 years ago.

So my questions are:
Should I shift to the one doctor and tell her that I got my interval?

How did it happen? Did the universe and my hormones come into order finally?

Could I hold cancer (lol) or another problem?

Either way I'm going to call tomorrow but I want to see what you style strangers think! I've also never had a pelvic exam, my doctor didn't want to do one because I be a virgin ( and sadly, still am) do you think that getting one might be clever even though I'm afraid of going through it and I know I should? Thanks

Answers:    There are too many variables to say exactly what's going on. Metformin can facilitate you to get a period, but minus blood tests, it's hard to see what's going on. You could find a pelvic exam even though you're a virgin--they do it all the time.

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